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The Controversial Empress Wu

I have yet to figure out this blogs main theme, but I am looking to research what I am most interested in (European medieval/renaissance/baroque history and women’s history), but I found the Empress Wu so fascinating I had to post this blurb that I wrote about a month ago. 1,322 more words

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Wah Kee Wu Oil Painting On Silk. Traditional Chinese Classic Style.

Wah Kee Wu Oil Painting On Silk. Traditional Chinese Classic Style.
Original Oil Painting On Silk By Wah Kee Wu In Traditional Chinese Classic Style. Wu Is Noted For His Exquisite Ornithological Renderings In The Natural Environment. 19 more words

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The woods and the clouds…

During school days, I have had some special places in my world, that were chosen for meditation on nature side, for rituals, as well as for celebration of that sacred points in Solar Year Circle — Equinoxes and Solstices. 1,536 more words

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Nur ein Bisschen Deutsch

I only speak a bit of German (ich spreche nur ein bisschen Deutsch)—which is to say, two semesters’ worth minus three months of summer. I am, however, registered for a pre-semester intensive course at German level B1, which started on Monday*. 1,223 more words

UPDATE 9-12: Hurricane Irma Disaster Assessment Begins

By Carl Stagner

UPDATE, Tuesday, September 12: The following report came from Warner University president, David Hoag, this afternoon:

As you may know, over one million Floridians do not have power. 840 more words

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Relocation and life in mental hospital

Yesterday they moved me to another building in complex. Hospital is the biggest one here in Czechia, it’s famous for experiments with LSD what did take their place in 60s, when Stanislav Grof was here. 726 more words

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That paths what lead us through the woods.

When I was about ten years old, I discovered for myself (or just remembered — as we know everything and access any sources of information through our Inner Eye and Ears) northern Runes. 656 more words

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